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Wal-Mart is a client of Mitchell Williams, and Ney was one of many lawyers who worked for the retailer.
The change was made by the new House Administration Committee chairman, Vern Ehlers, who replaced Ney after he resigned.
Fortunately, Ney had just completed the deal through ehB, acting on behalf of their clients - property investment company Stockfalcon Properties - and so was able to relocate the company and restart deliveries within a day of the fire.
Ney says she developed her phobia when she was four - after watching the 1990 film Look Who's Talking Too, starring John Travolta and Kirsty Alley.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known, but it appears that it started in the kitchen, Ney said.
Ney pled guilty in October to a two-count information charging him with conspiracy to commit multiple offenses.
During his visit, Ney is said to have won $34,000 off of an initial bet of $100.
com, said: ``Recent media reports revealed that a young entrepreneur in Manchester speculated on a RO03 NEY number plate a few years ago, and is now holding out for a price tag in excess of pounds 20, 000.
The five women and eight men danced their hearts out, kicking heart-stoppingly close to each other's heads, back-flipping, and handspringing, driven by Ney Sacramento's ever-changing Afro-Brazilian rhythms, played live (like all the evening's music) by a sizzling four-musician ensemble in the pit.
has acquired Ney Metals, also of Brooklyn, and has made several personnel announcements as a result of the acquisition.
In 1979 Dr Philip Ney discovered and described people with a unique constellation of signs and symptoms he called abortion survivors.
Congressman BOB NEY, Ohio Republican and chairman of the House Administration Committee, on his order striking "French" from menus in the House cafeterias amid rising frustration in the Capitol over French opposition to President Bush's policy on Iraq.